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My school wants us to allow this on our personal devices, just to use Google Classroom.

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    I looked up "Apple Device Manager" and got to the developer information site (developer.apple.com). Then I looked at the Apple Support site and got more information. It all sounds great for a school- or company-owned device being used by a student or employee, but seriously, I wouldn't allow it on my personal device.